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Vines and climbers with long flowering periods

Flower splendour from May to frost! These climbing plants are distinguished by such long flowering periods (early spring to the first frost of winter). In Central Europe, they are usually replanted every year ("annuals"), often in pots. Some are perennial-- they can be wintered in the winter garden or in the cellar; only a few can survive outside. There are hundreds of species, but only some are really suited for facades. The climbing plants shown here all remain light, won't lignify, and only need small climbing aids. And don't forget: they can't cause any building damages


Mandevilla (Dipladenia)

For building entrances

Twining vine Thunbergia

Black-eyed Susan

Excellent for facades

Twining vines like Ipomoeas (Morning Glory)

Morning Glory

To complement/supplement orther plants

Tendril climber Cobaea

Cathedral Bell

Ideal for greening streets

Flowers of the Nasturtium (Tropaeolum)


For the base of the wall 

Pink Vetch

Sweet Pea

Flowers for fences